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THE MICHIGEAN DlAILY

THURSDAY. Y 11. 1939

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Newman Club In ramatical Festival
WilHear Talk
B y Dr. Rutlven
Last Meeting Will Be Held
Siunday; Newly Elected
Officers To Be Installed
President Ruthven will speak at ax
Communion breakfast sponsored by E
the Newman Club at 9 a.m. Sunday
in the Union. This is the last meet-
ing of the year.,
Club members and any other chapel
members who wish, will attend the 8'
a.m. Mass at the church, receive Com-
munion, and, go immediately to the
Union where breakfast will be served.
Besides President Ruthven and oth-
er University officials, Father Allen'
Babcock, who is returning from the
North American College in Rome, will James Bell, who has acted in
be present, New officers of the club many noteworthy Broadway pro-
will be installed for the next year. ductions will appear in "Here Come
Francis X. Schmidley, '40F&C, was the Clowns" in' the Dramatic Fes-
recently elected president of the or- tival here.
ganization. Other officers are: Au-
gustus Dannemiller, '40, vice-presi- Spring BazarNets
dent; Mary Mikulich, '41, recording
secretary; Burns eHuttlinger, '41, cor- 4Q '-
responding secretary; and Robert G. 400 F Chinese
Aulenbacker, '40L, treasurer.
Reservations for the breakfast must More than $4,000 has been collected
be made by Friday. Members of at the Spring Bazaar, announced
the committee in charge are: June Bing-chung Ling, Grad., who added
McPherson, '41, Helen Brady,'40, that the Bazaar would be continued
Margaret Lyons, '42, John 'Hara, truhteMyFsia.Mn
.'39, Jack Cooney, '41E, Gus Danne- through the May Festival. Many
rmiller, '40, Grace Miller, '42, Marie faculty members including Dean Alice
McCabe, '40, Genevieve Spurgeon, '41, Lloyd are sponsors of the Bazaar or
Jerry Wilson, '40, Catherine McDer- ganized in an effort to raise funds
mott, '41SM, Joan Bouchard, '42, Al- for student and civilian relief in
bin Schinderle, '42, Ruth Davis, '41, China.
John McNaughton, '40E, and Burns Many of the articles on sale at the
Huttlinger,'Bazaar have been donated by Chinese
students. The collection contains
Fountain Pens specimens of cloisonne from Peiping,
obtainable only in France and China,
- porcelain animals in turquoise blue,
cinnebar images of the laughing
302 S. State St. buddha, and lanterns of sheer silk.
Typewriters. Also included in the exhibit is a
genuine Mandarin coat, hand woven.
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Final Examination Schedule
Second Semester, 1938-39
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

Time of
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.

REGULAR EXAMINATIONS
Exercise Time of Examination,
at, 8 Wed., June 7, 9-12
at 9 Mon., June 5, 2-5
at 10 Tues., June 6, 9-12
at 11 Mon., June 5, 9-12
at 1 Mon., June 12, 9-12
at 2 Sat., June 3, 9-12
'at 3 Thurs., June 8, 9-12
at 8 Mon., June 12, 2-5
at 9 Tues., June 6, 2-5
at 10 Thurs., June 8, 2-5
at 11 Fri., June 9, 2-5
at 1 Tues., June 13, 9-12
at 2 Fri., June 9, 9-12
at 3 Sat., June 10, 2-5
SPECIAL EXAMINATIONS

Special Period
No. Time of Examination
I Sat., June 3, 2-5
II Wed., June7, 2-5
III Sat., June 10, 9-12
IV Tues., June. 13, 2-5

Courses
Pol. Science 1, 2, 51, 52
German 1, 2, 31, 32
Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32
Zoology 1, Botany 1, Psychology 31
French 1, 2, 12, 32, 71, 111, 112, 153
Speech 31, 32

IRREGULAR EXAMINATIONS
English 1 and 2 shall be examined on Tuesday, June 6, 2-5.
Economics 51, 52, 54, shall be examined on Sat., June 10, 2-5.
Economics 122 shall be examined on Sat., June 3, 2-5.
It shall be understood that classes entitled to the regular examina-
tion periods shall have the right-of-way over the above-mentioned
irregular examinations and that special examinations will be provided
'for students affected by such conflicts by the courses utilizing the
irregular exaination periods.
Any deviation from the above schedule may be made only by mutual
agreement between students and instructor and with the approval of
the Examination Schedule Committee.

A Genuine Hot Weather Thirst Quencher
PHONE 8270

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATION
June 3 to June 13, 1939
NOTE: For courses having both lectures and quizzes, the Time
of Exercise is the time of the first lecture period of the week; for
courses having quizzes only, the Time of Exercise is the time. of the
first quiz period.
Dearing and laboratory work may be continued through the
examination period. in amount equal to that normally devoted to
such work during one'wek
Certain courses will be examined at special periods as noted= below
the regular schedule. All cases of conflicts between assigned examina-
tion periods must be reported for adjustment to Professor D;-:W. Mc-
Cready, Room 3209 East Engineering Building, before May 31. To avoid
misunderstandings and errors, each student should receive notifica-
tion from his instructor of the time and place of his appearance in
each course during the period June 3 to June 13.
No single course is permitted more than four hours of examina-
tion. No date of examination may be changed without the consent of
the Classification Committee.
Time Of Exercise Time Of Examination
(at, 8 Wednesday, June 7 ... ...8-12
(at 9 Monday, June 5 .......... 2-6
(at 10 Tuesday, June 6 ........ 8-12
MONDAY (at 11 Monday, June 5 ........... 8-12
(at 1 Monday, June 12 .......8-12
(at 2 Saturday, June 3........,8-12
(at 3 Thursday, June 8 .......8-12
(at 8 Monday, June 12 ........ 2-6
(at 9 Tuesday, June 6..... .....2-6
(at 10U Thursday, June 8 .........2-6
TUESDAY (at 11 Friday, June 9........... 2-6
(at 1 Tuesday, June 13 ........ 8-12

Alumni University T o Feature
Eleven Courses In One We
Ninth Sesion-i Will Present Americanism" by Pro. Jesse S. Reev
Lectures On Numerous and "Japan and China Today" L
Prof. B. Hall.
Contemporary Problems '
Sociology, psychology and inves
What is probably the shortest set ment are contemporary proble
of university courses in the world considered in the curriculum. "O
presenting a combined curriculum of ganizing Community Resources" w
eleven courses in a week-long term, be the topic of Prof. Howard Y. M
will begin here June 19 with the Clusky, and Prof. Arthur E. Woo
holding of the ninth Alumni Univer- who studied in Germany in 1932-3
sity at the Rackham School of Gradu- will round out the instruction in s4
ate Studies. ciology with "Problems in Mode
The material of each course is con- Society."
centrated in a series of three or four Mrs. Colby To Lecture
one-hour lectures, giving the gradu- Mrs. Martha G. Colby, professorc
ate a chance to"brush up"hup sub- psychology, will tell the graduatesc
jects with which he has had little modern gains in child trainingi
contact since receiving his diploma, the series of lectures entitled "Ti
or to delve into subjects so often ne- New Psychology and the Child" "F
glected after college. Each course nance for the Average Investor" wi
will be given by a staff member of be discussed by Professor John
the regular University, outstanding in Tracy of the Law Faculty.
his respective field. This year the The one concession by the Alum
curriculum is divided into the three University to the past is the lum
fields of world relations, contempor- "Studiesin Shakespeare" by Pre
ary problems and literature and ar Studies T. PriceShak The other t
Problems Clarified I coursea in the division of literatu
Clarification of the problems in- and art will attempt to give the
volved, if not relief for war-jittery students standards for appreciatin
nerves, will be offered to the gradu- music and painting. "Aspectsc
ates in the four courses on world re- Art," three illustrated lectures o
lations. Prof. James K. Pollock, who Colonial Williamsburg, Damier an
was the only American among the Contemporary American Paintin
judges in the Saar plebiscite, and who will be given by Prof. Bruce M. Do
is now a member of the political sci- aldson, chairman of the Departme
ence department here, will lecture on of Fine Arts, while Prof. Glenn I
the "Political Scene in Europe," con- McGeoch will lecture on "The Artc
sidering the situations in Germany, Listening to Music."
France and England. The heading of'-- - ----
the four lectures by Prof. Joseph R.
Hayden, formerly Vice-Governor of
the Philippine Islands, now head of
the political science department here, ILL
is America, Europe and Asia in 1939." M
rhe courses in world relations are "6M EN (
completed by "The Aspects of Pan-
oY lson LeadsEngaged for these tran
New York to Cherbout
Symphony rip ss. IEUTSCH1
Returning from Han
Music School Orchestra Cherbourg
Starts South Thursday s.s. H A M B U R
The Little Symphony Orchestra, Join Bill McKay and his "M
composed of 16 assistant in instru- ings to and from Europe fo
mental instruction at the School of Dancing, Deck Sports and T
Music, will leave next Thursday for and many other activities
its second extended tour this season, student delight.
Thor Johnson, conductor of the group See Yor Ti
announced yesterday.
The group will be absent from cam-
pus 12 days and will make concert ap- U G-A
pearances in North Manchester, II.;SebNORT H GE
St. Louis; Memphis; Vicksburg, Mass.;
New Orleans and Shreveport, La.; 1205 Washington Blvd.
Muskegee, Okla.; Wichita, Kan.;
Hastings and Crete, Neb. and Chi-
cago.
Since its inception, the Symphony
has to its credit approximately 200
concert appearances, over half of
which have been made outside the
State of Michigan. During the week
between semesters the group touredi
eastern and southern states, giving
recitals in 21 cities.
H. W. CLARK
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Also -
COMEDY - CARTOON - NEWS

[eKAY and is
)F MICHIGAN"
7s-Atlantic Crossings from
rg, Soultham p/on,Hainburg
LAND - June 22
Yburg via Southan pton,
to New York.
S- August 10
en of Michigan" on their cross-
x a most enjoyable time. Music,
ournaments, Swimming, Parties
are designed particularly for
ravel Agent, or
MERICAN LINE
RMAN LLOYD
Detroit, Mich.
of iiy~ol~h4

Muyskens, Watkins
Will Visit Evansto n
Two members of the University
faculty will be among 103 prominent
educators serving as guest instructors
in the 1939 Northwestern University
Summer Session from June 17 to Aug.
12.
Prof. John M. Muyskens of the
speech department, and Prof. Leon-
ard L. Watkins, of the economics de-
partment, have been selected to teach
at the session.
Professor Muyskens will conduct
classes in "Changing Viewpoints";
"The Mother Tongue," and "Emer-
gence of Epecificity." Professor
Watkins will teach "Contemporary
Monetary Problems."
TODAY2-4-7 9 P.M.

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(at 2
(at 3
Drawing 1; E.M. 1, 2; C.E. 2
Surv. 1, 2,.4; German; Spanish
M.E. 3; Drawing 2
Met. Proc. 2, 3, 4
Economics
Drawing 3; French
E.E. 2a; Physics 45
*This may be used as an irregu
flict with the regular printed sche
Chemists To Hear Willard
ProfL Hobart H. Willard, of the
chemistry department, will be the
main speaker at a banqquet of the
Detroit section of the American
Chemical Society in Detroit May 16.
His topic will be 'Ultraviolet Fluro-
escence.

ular
dule

Friday, June 9 .....
Saturday, June 10 ..
"Saturday, June 3 ..
*Wednesday, June 7
*Saturday, June 10.
*Thursday, June 8 ...
*Saturday, June 10
*Tuesday, June 13 ..

8-12
2-6
2-6
2-6
8-12
8-12
2-6
2-6

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*Friday, June 9.........8-12
period provided there is no con-
above.

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